Low Student to Tutor Ratio
IMPRESSIVELY LOW STUDENT TO TUTOR RATIO
The number of students per class in our Bella Vista centre is strictly limited to ensure that every child is provided with the undivided attention they are entitled to. The tutor's focus is very important in achieving the students' academic goals. Therefore, we have a strict policy in terms of student to tutor ratio per lecture class.
EACH STUDENT GETS NOTICED
Fewer students means that each one gets attention from the tutor, and they are encouraged and pushed to take part and express their opinions.
Research has shown that students in smaller classes have higher grades and perform better on their exams.
LEARNING IS ENHANCED
Not only do students learn more in small classes, they also learn faster. Their learning is enhanced by the confidence students develop to share their opinions and ask and answer questions, which also benefits their peers.
TUTORS CAN TEACH
Tutors at the front of a small class have more opportunities to observe and assess the class as a whole and the students as individuals.
CLASSES BECOME A COMMUNITY
With fewer students per class, individuals can connect more closely with their peers and become more confident and comfortable when it comes to sharing their ideas and perspectives. These connections lead to lasting friendships.
OPPORTUNITIES TO PARTICIPATE
Small groups mean fewer voices and that means the students those voices belong to have more chances to speak up in class.
FOCUS ON LEARNING
In learning environments with a limited number of students, tutors can spend more time teaching the material and less time getting the attention of those who get distracted. Tutors can also cater to students’ different learning styles and ensure that they stay engaged and understand what is being taught.
Tutors have more time to individualize their feedback, ensuring that each student understands the material, gets the help he or she needs, and is reaching his or her potential.
IDEAS ARE SHARED
With fewer students in a class, there is more time for them to share their own ideas, express their opinions and describe their perspectives and where these come from, all of which enrich their learning process.